Washington Square Park is a people-watcher’s paradise. Musicians, sunbathers, skateboarders, dog owners, pickup chess warriors and NYU students all hang out around the historic fountain in the shadow of the arch, often used as a location in films and televisions shows. The surrounding neighborhood echoes with beat-poet and music history—this is the neighborhood where Paul Simon, Bob Dylan and Joan Baez began their careers. In keeping with the young population, a night out here might mean a set at a comedy club, seeing a performance at a bar or theater, and having a quick bite at one of the many local restaurants.
Vegetarian food, live comedy, vinyl shopping and one of the City's liveliest parks await in Greenwich Village.
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Delve into the history and culture of one of New York City’s most legendary neighborhoods — Greenwich Village — on a guided, 3-hour, culinary walking tour. Discover the food that has defined 'the Village' for generations. Wander the streets with a local foodie and small tour group, stopping at some of its finest food spots, from sit-down restaurants to delicious 'holes in the wall.' Along the way, see what sets this small community apart from the rest of the Big Apple as the place to eat Italian food.
Your first trip to New York City can be a challenge - even for the most seasoned travelers. There’s just so much to see: From the Brooklyn Bridge to the Chelsea Market, the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building to the 9/11 Memorial and One World Trade Center.You could spend a week trying to tick each one off the list. But you don’t want to waste time in the city that never sleeps; that’s why this tour covers the whole city in a single, glorious day.
Become engrossed in Greenwich Village, the stomping grounds of artists and bohemians from Edgar Allan Poe to Dylan Thomas to Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan. This fun, 2-hour walking tour of one of New York City’s most beautiful and historic neighborhoods explores the leafy, narrow streets where legendary and soon-to-be legendary bohemians worked and lived. An expert guide will lead a small group through the tangled streets relating fun historical anecdotes about the famous artists of Greenwich Village and the places where they worked (and played).
Whether you’re a first-time or seasoned visitor to New York City, this hop-on hop-off cruise is a fantastic way to experience all of the city's most popular attractions. Enjoy a smooth ride along the Hudson River and New York Harbor, complete with live onboard narration, and hop off to visit the Empire State Building, NBC Studio, Times Square, Battery Park, Wall Street, South Street Seaport, DUMBO, Brooklyn Bridge Park and more. You’ll also capture amazing views of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty!
See New York City sparkle on an evening panoramic tour of the city lights. See the Empire State Building, Times Square, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Chinatown, the Lower East Side, Rockefeller Center and more aboard a double-decker bus for unbeatable views of the glittering Manhattan skyline. This is the perfect way to rest your feet after a full day of sightseeing and start your night out on the town.
The best way to see the city is with a hop-on-hop-off bus tour! Your 48-hour ticket includes four different loops: Uptown, Downtown, Brooklyn and the Bronx with spots along the way at all the major attractions for you to get off and explore at your leisure. Also included is a hop-on-hop-off boat ticket that will provide amazing skyline views from the water. Your ticket also includes a spectacular double decker bus night tour. Complete your NYC sightseeing experience with your round trip ferry ticket destined for the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
Choose from three exciting itineraries over 4, 6 and 8 hours and enjoy a comprehensive small-group guided sightseeing tour of New York City by minibus! On all itineraries, you'll experience the sights and sounds of Lower Manhattan, Midtown Manhattan and Upper Manhattan, from Battery Park to Harlem, passing such famous sites as Times Square, Fifth Avenue, Central Park, Madison Square Garden and Greenwich. For a more in-depth experience, opt for the 6-hour tour and explore Wall Street, the South Street Seaport, One World Trade Center and more by foot, and enjoy a New York Harbor cruise for amazing views of the Statue Liberty. Upgrade to the full-day, 8-hour tour and receive all this plus admission to the observation deck atop Rockefeller Center, where you’ll get incredible panoramic views of the city below. The choice is yours!
This neighborhood favorite offers everything active imbibers look for in a sports bar: billiards, Big Buck Hunter, Golden Tee, a slew of beers on tap and, come baseball season, a crowd of extremely rowdy Red Sox fans rooting for their favorite team.
The Accidental Pervert is a one-man show chronicling a young boy's journey into manhood where a mysterious set of videos are his guides but the realities of sex and love aren't on the itinerary. Performances are each Friday and Saturday at 7pm.
This annual festival, produced by The Public Theater, features a variety of new theater from the United States and around the world. With a lineup that includes emerging talents and masters in the field, Under the Radar offers a crash course in exciting, independent and experimental theater, created by some of the most dynamic artists working today.